You don't seem to fully understand what we try to say.
In fact, it's quite easy.
Warcraft 3 has a limited amount of ORDER STRINGS. Every excisting ability has an order string. For example: the "Storm Bolt" ability has the order string "stormbolt".
What does this mean? It means that when I order a unit in the trigger editor to "Mountain king - Storm Bolt", the unit will cast EVERY spell it has that has the order string "stormbolt".
So when I order a blood mage to storm bolt a targetted unit, he'll do nothing, since he doesn't have storm bolt.
When I order a mountain king to storm bolt a target, the ability will indeed be cast because the mountain king has an ability with order string "stormbolt".
When I decide to make a new ability BASED OFF storm bolt (and I change e.g. duration, damage and projectile). I change its name to "1337 Bolt".
Ofcourse, there is no such order string like "1337 bolt", because warcraft 3 has the order strings preset. Now og look at your 1337 bolt in the object editor. You'll see a value named "Order String". You can see it's still set to "stormbolt" because the spell was based off the original Storm Bolt spell.
This means that whenever I order, in the trigger editor, to "Mountain King - Storm Bolt", the unit will cast every spell he has with the order string "storm bolt". If this unit has the ability "1337 bolt", he will cast it, because the order string of "1337 bolt" is still "stormbolt".
Do know that if you give a unit BOTH Storm Bolt AND 1337 bolt and they still have the SAMe order strings, BOTH spells will be cast at the same time. This is for the simple reason that they still have the SAME order strings.
There are 3 types (I think) of order strings: "Target", "Point" and "No Target". "stormbolt" is a "Target" type (since you needto TARGET a unit unlike Flamestrike or Roar), which means you can only cast this spell by using the "issue order TARGETTING an object". If you're looking for "Mountain King - Storm Bolt" in the "issue order targetting a point", you won't find it here.
As far as I know, EVERY (or nearly every) order string can be found at one of those 3 actions.
I hope I cleared some things up rather than confusing you